The next Potter?

by Chris Barsanti

16 July 2007

 

Just to keep the Harry Potter-related news onslaught trucking along, here’s an interesting item from The Hollywood Reporter noting that with two films yet to go in the boy wizard’s series, Warner Bros. has already figured out who his replacement is going to be. U.K. author Angie Sage’s projected seven-book children’s fantasy series, Septimus Heap—of which three titles have already been published—is apparently going to get the J.K. Rowling treatment at an unannounced date in the future.

 

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